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Why every woman needs Sapphire Jewelry

Why every woman needs Sapphire Jewelry

Sapphire is one of the hardest gemstones besides diamond. It’s a symbol of wisdom, loyalty and nobility. Sapphires are treasured for their beauty, but they’re also very strong. They rate a 9 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale of Hardness, and the only naturally occurring substance on earth that can scratch a sapphire is a diamond. The hard-wearing nature of sapphires means they’re an ideal choice for jewellery. We’re not the only time or culture who realizes how great sapphires are, the ancient Romans loved sapphires, and people in the medieval period thought sapphires had magical properties, including the ability to protect the wearer from evil.

The sapphire is a classic favourite of royalty, clergy, celebrities and fine jewellery collectors. Princess Diana’s engagement ring was and the same ring was presented to Kate by Prince William when he proposed marriage. This is one of the reasons people around the world became obsessed with sapphire jewellery and began to buy rings made with this gemstone.

Sapphire earrings are one must have for your jewellrey box. They’re available in all the shapes and sizes with oval, square, circular, and heart shape. You can wear sapphire stud earrings to work by styling them with a white button-down shirt paired with high waisted pants or skirt or pair drop sapphire earrings with a nice evening gown for a dinner event, these elegant blue sapphire earrings are versatile and specially curated to make you look your best

Here are we 3  tips on how to accessorize with blue sapphire jewellery this fall.

Choose Your Metal

When wearing sapphires with your other jewellery, choose colourless stone earrings to accent the look without going over the top.

Keep Style Basic

Black matches everything, therefore it’s a no-brainer to pair sapphire jewellery with a basic outfit. Vibrant blue will be the eye-catching detail of your ensemble, so be sure to choose bold statement jewellery.

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Complementary Colors

On the colour wheel, the hue directly opposite of another is its complement. What exactly is a complementary colour? Shades that produce a grey-scale colour when combined. When placed next to each other, complementary colours create a contrast that is often highly fashionable. Coral orange and sapphire blue is a striking combination for your next night on the town.


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